On Saturday, Feb. 23, the Little Shop of Physics will host its 28th annual open house.
The College of Natural Sciences at Colorado State University celebrated excellence in education with the Teaching and Mentoring Awards on Dec. 3. The awards recognized outstanding faculty, staff, and graduate students who foster the learning and discovery in the College.
Thanks to the support of donors, the College of Natural Sciences awarded more than 275 scholarships and fellowships to students this academic year, which was celebrated at this year's record-breaking luncheon.
On Nov. 8 at 4 p.m., Professor Todd Kashdan, Ph.D., will give a talk titled “Dissecting Resilience: New Insights from Scientific Research on Rape, Depression, and Everyday Adversity,” sponsored by the Center for Meaning and Purpose in the Department of Psychology.
The 28th Annual Math, Science, and Technology Day introduced young students to Colorado State University, the world of science, and the connections between science and Latinx culture.
Competitors from colleges and universities throughout the Rocky Mountain region race against the clock in a battle of logic, strategy and mental endurance.
On Oct. 17, science journalist Carl Zimmer will speak on his new book, She Has Her Mother’s Laugh: The Powers, Perversions, and Potential of Heredity, as a part of the Murray Honors Lecture series.